• Behavior Technician

    Posted: 02/20/2022

    Ripple Effects Autism Learning Center, LLC is seeking outgoing, fun, silly, energetic and motivated individuals to work full time M-F (8:45am – 4:15pm) providing evidence-based, support therapy to children with autism spectrum and related disorders. This is a perfect position for someone who loves toddlers/preschool children and is looking to advance their career.
    What we offer:

    • Development in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis
    • Paid Holidays
    • Paid Sick days
    • A rewarding experience through helping children and families reach their full potential
    • Paid training program and once completed, the opportunity to take the Registered Behavior Technician examination
    • Continued professional development opportunities and growth within the organization
    • Work under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst
    • Supervision hours for those individuals pursuing BCBA Certification
    • Wages based on experience
    • Caring and Supportive work environment
    • Outstanding, drama-free, team-focused company culture

    Responsibilities include:
    • Structured one-on-one instruction with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) primarily at our clinic but occasionally in their home, school and/or community settings
    • Create a fun and supportive learning environment for children with special needs
    • Implement school-readiness programs and behavior interventions as designed by a Behavior Analyst Supervisor
    • Promote the development of functional communication skills (i.e. speaking and using assistive communication devices)
    • Provide instruction on social skills (i.e. social interactions, play behavior, and conversational skills)
    • Support independence with adaptive living skills (daily routines)
    • Collect clinical data and track progress using an iPad and electronic data collection software
    • Participate in team meetings with a BCBA, parents and other team members

    Qualifications:
    • Minimum High School Diploma (Bachelor’s Degree, preferred)
    • Strong desire to work with children with special needs, preferably autism
    • Technology proficient in Apple and/or Android devices
    • Ability to lift 50lbs or more
    • Must be able to accept constructive performance feedback
    • Experience using positive reinforcement systems, preferred
    • Experience implementing life skills and social skills programs, preferred
    • Must complete 40 hour online Registered Behavior Technician Training prior to starting.